President of Cora Breakfast Kidnapped and Released


MONTREAL — Nicholas Tsouflidis, president of Cora Breakfast and Lunch, was found tied up in a ditch in Laval, Que. Thursday morning, reports CBC News.

Tsouflidis was kidnapped at gunpoint from his home near Montreal on Wednesday night. A spokesperson from Cora has confirmed that Tsouflidis is alright and has been questioned by police. The reason for the kidnapping is still unknown, but provincial police believe multiple suspects were involved.

In 2008, Tsouflidis took over as president of the chain his mother, Cora Tsouflidou, founded after holding numerous positions in the company.

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